A huge influx of Gulf and Pacific moisture will continue over South Texas as a weak late season cold front approaches. An upper level disturbance will move over the area and the front Thursday night resulting in numerous showers and thunderstorms with locally heavy rain. As the front stalls just to our south more thundershowers will occur in South Texas on Friday and Saturday gradually ending on Sunday.
Tonight will be breezy muggy warm and sticky with a low of 77.
Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with some afternoon sunshine breezy very warm and humid with only a stray shower and a high of 88.
Wednesday night will still be breezy warm and sticky with a low of 78.
Thursday less wind but lots of clouds only isolated showers warm and sticky with a high of 87.
Rain is likely here Thursday night and into Friday.